Vista Point Advisors provides unconflicted M&A and Capital Raising advisory services to high-growth, software, internet, mobile and healthcare IT businesses
How We Are Different
Vista Point Advisors was founded on the principle that founder-led technology companies in the emerging and middle markets are unique and require specialized attention and advice when considering investment and exit opportunities. Our unique focus on sell-side processes provides our clients with unconflicted advice that assures our interests are completely aligned with the entrepreneur. VPA is focused exclusively on working with founder-owned and operated businesses to deliver the most favorable transactions at premium valuations.
Vista Point Advisors provides superior sell-side advisory services to entrepreneur-led technology businesses seeking full or partial liquidity events.
Vista Point exclusively provides sell-side M&A and Capital Raising advisory services to technology businesses removing the conflict of interest associated with working both sides of the table.
Deep Technology Domain Expertise:
Vista Point bankers are industry specialists that focus exclusively on core technology markets allowing us to provide relevant insights into our client’s business and create the strategic framework to optimize valuation.
Differentiated Negotiation Framework
The firm utilizes a unique negotiation framework to increase the competitiveness of the transaction process, and ultimately yield higher valuations at better terms for clients.
Quarterly M&A Industry Updates – Q3 2017
Silversmith Capital Partners Invests in Absorb Software
Vista Equity Partners Invests in SecureLink
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